Definitions for "DLG"
Digital Line Graph files are a format standard used by USGS for converting and exchanging datafiles.
Digital Line Graph. This format was initially developed by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) as part of the U.S. National Mapping Program Digital Cartographic Data Standards. It was, and is, used to distribute USGS digital maps. This format is file based in structure. An enhanced version of DLG (DLG-E) is currently being developed.
Digital Line Graph. two major U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) digital data file structures. DLG is line map information in digital form. These files include information on planimetric base categories, such as transportation, hydrography, and boundaries. DEM files consist of a sample array of elevations for a number of ground positions that are at regular spaced intervals.
DLG (Dark Latin Groove) was an innovative band of the late 1990's that mixed salsa, reggae, and hip-hop. The group was brought together in New York by producer Sergio George (who also signed them to his record company Sir George Records) and included Huey Dunbar, Fragancia, and James "Da Barba" de Jesus. Their hits included "La quiero a morir", "No morirá", "Volveré", "Todo mi corazón", and "Me va a extrañar".
DIALOG FILE A component file containing information about a Windows dialog. Used by compiler in making Windows executables.
A file that contains dialog-box source code. Note that a dialog file is not required for a Visual C++ project because Visual C++ keeps this code in the resource-definition file.
Dialog Resource Script or C++ Dialogue Script
Keywords:  mccaffery, refrence, pern, dragon, anne
Short for Dragon Lovers Guide to Pern, a book by Anne McCaffery which is a good refrence source for Pern information.